Though the term might sound inherently contradictory, anarchist-based tyranny is the idea that there are no fixed rules. Anything one group does not like can be changed through violence or even just the threat of it, which is something that really came into clear view after the George Floyd psy-op of mid-2020.
The perceived threat of police abuse against blacks prompted a nationwide assault on civility and decency as entire cities were set ablaze by wild and angry mobs that fell for the media programming. Now we are witnessing the same thing happening again, this time directly from the Biden White House.
The political witch hunt taking place against President Donald Trump, and the precedent that has now been set by it for mob-based persecution of one's political opponents, is sure to have a lasting damaging impact on the nation.
The same is true of the recent transgender shooting at The Covenant School in Nashville, in which an angry trans individual appeared to mow down six Christians for supporting biology and truth.
"The violence can be of the mob but it will be behaving as a proxy for power, such as the Red Guard under Mao," explains Jeffrey A. Tucker, writing for The Epoch Times.
"When the mob quiets down, powerful public officials step up to pronounce what they did as good or bad depending on the political priorities of the moment. Bad mobs (those opposing the left) get locked up but good mobs (those who shout down university speakers or trans activists breaking into the Tennessee Capitol) are defended and valorized."
(Related: For many years now, anarcho-tyranny has been spreading across America like a virus and taking hold in the minds of many Americans.)
For the left, the idea of anarcho-tyranny has been brewing since at least the 1990s. It was then that what Tucker described as "a deeply nihilistic loathing of the rule of law as a universal principle" took hold. Since then, the left has pretty much done away with supporting things like free speech, equal protection, and freedom of association.
The new leftist mantra poses that "freedom" is just an illusion, and that the entire system is inherently oppressive and must be dismantled. It is no longer about rooting out the evils from within various institutions, but rather about dismantling those very institutions and replacing them with something new.
"The phrase anarcho-tyranny is the opposite of what America was founded to be," Tucker explains. "We had a republican form of government that established strict limits on government power. The people would be in charge through their elected representatives. We had checks on power. There were balances within government. Elections would assure that the power would never finally be taken away from the people."
"What we are witnessing is a fundamental subversion of this vision and its replacement, for now, by anarcho-tyranny. It's government that knows no limits to its power and even disregards its own laws, spreading chaos as far and wide as possible. At least under plain anarchy, people would be able to cobble together their own orderly system of social, political, and economic interaction without interference. The tyranny part prevents that."
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